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Here, Mitch and Andy reflect on the previous episode which saw the mind-boggling madness of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension dissected as best we could... Other topics include David Bruckner's The Ritual, correct spelling and we announce the film for EPISODE 3! Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.   Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart
In Minisode 0, Mitch and Andy discuss the things that brought them together and their plans for the show ahead of Episode 1.  Topics include poor folding technique, Slugs, C.H.U.D. and Andy's proficiency in the kitchen.  Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.   Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Clip from SLUGS used in accordance with fair usage guidelines.  
Here we go! It's MINISODE 11! Topics include Julia Ducournau's Raw, we reveal how Mitch is doing with his progress through the ShockWaves 100 and we dig into your posts and messages with the newly relocated Feedback section. Also, as always, we announce the guest and film for this week and EPISODE 12!  Also, our Podcast recommendation this week is Evolution of Horror! Check it out.  Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
With the dust now settled, we wade into the aftermath of Episode 3: In Defence of... Detention and assess what remains of Mitch and Andy's future and whether there will be an Episode 4... (Spoiler, OF COURSE THERE WILL BE) Other topics include Andy's need for cake after binge watching The Great British Bake-Off on Netflix, The Strangers: Prey At Night and, of course, we announce the guest and film for EPISODE 4! It's a doozy... Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com.   Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart
Another SLVS first this week as we are joined once again by a past guest. But wait! Havent you lads done that before? Yes! But this time, the guest reached out to us and pitched us an episode idea and it's one we couldn't pass up.  So, we are joined once again by an old pal in the form of director of Dementia: Part 2, star of Beyond the Gates, The Minds Eye and Jill Gevargizian's upcoming One Last Meal, not to mention being the producer of Frightfest 2019 selection Bliss...It's Matt Mercer! His chosen film? Ravenous! Its Antonia Bird's criminally unloved and underseen cannibal flick which stars Guy Pearce, Jeremy Davies, features an all too brief appearance by David Arquette and also is notable for an absolutely scene-stealing and stellar performance from Robert Carlyle.  Don't miss this one.  The Synopsis is as follows: Upon receiving reports of missing persons at Fort Spencer, a remote Army outpost on the Western frontier, Capt. John Boyd investigates. After arriving at his new post, Boyd and his regiment aid a wounded frontiersman, F.W. Colquhoun, who recounts a horrifying tale of a wagon train murdered by its supposed guide -- a vicious U.S. Army colonel gone rogue. Fearing the worst, the regiment heads out into the wilderness to verify Colquhoun's gruesome claims.   Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Phew. Further to yesterday's Bonusode, he's back. Mitch is back in Scotland and here, a little later than planned and a little rougher than we would like, is MINISODE 89! Topics include Rob Grant's Harpoon, aquatic Nic Cage, hunter-on-a-boat flick, Primal, and Mitch talks The Reflecting Skin and, of course, another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below... We also announce the film for this week's main episode.  In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week! Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com OR check out our WEBSITE!  Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every little helps.
With Episode 62, we gleefully continue the stomp towards this years' Frightfest with another chat with a festival adjacent director... This time, it is the man behind the short film Retribution, the feature film The Three Don'ts and the Frightfest 2019 selection The Perished... It's Paddy Murphy! His chosen film? Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday! Yes! Jason is back in this, the ninth installment in the slasher franchise. Released in 1993 and helmed by 23 year old director Adam Marcus (Secret Santa), Jason Goes to Hell was the first in the series to step away from the familiar stalk-and-slash formula to something a little more supernatural. Does it succeed? That's up to you!    The Synopsis is as follows: After being blown away by a team of FBI agents, Jason Voorhees needs to find a way to overcome certain death. When his bloodied remains are sent to the morgue, his heart, still intact, is able to hypnotize a coroner and take over his body. After brutally dispatching a couple of FBI agents, he heads back to his favorite stomping grounds: Crystal Lake. Jason commences another teen massacre while a bounty hunter discovers the only way to kill him. Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and some EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Episode 48 sees Andy and Mitch joined by YouTube producer, journalist, gamer and frequent contributor to the Evolution of Horror Podcast... it's Louise Blain! Her chosen film? Dead Silence! The time is sometime after Saw catapulted them into the limelight. James Wan and Leigh Whannell followed it up with this little curiosity. A film which sees Ryan Kwanten do battle with a vengeful tongue-stealin' spectre whose soul resides in a ventriloquist's dummy! This film made Andy laugh-snort several times. It's wild BUT IS IT GOOD?? The synopsis is as follows:  After his wife meets a grisly end, Jamie Ashen returns to their creepy hometown of Raven's Fair to unravel the mystery of her murder. Once there, he discovers the legend of Mary Shaw, a murdered ventriloquist whose eerie presence still looms over the town. As he desperately digs for answers, Jamie encounters the curse that took his wife's life and threatens his own. Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Its MINISODE 43! You lucky people!  Topics include Arrow Video co-host Sam Ashurst's debut feature, Frankenstein's Creature, Lars Von Trier's The House That Jack Built and more! Also, find out how Mitch is getting on with the ShockWaves 100 and learn the identity of the guest and film for this week's show!  ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below with the image that Mitch was working from on the right... In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section!  Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
It's Friday! It's Episode 79 and this week's guest might have a way to go to when making his case for this week's chosen film.  So first, the guest! This week, we are delighted to be joined by the director of Shudder Exclusive Found Footage 3D, the excellent short film Stop and co-host of Science vs Fiction Podcast ... It's Steven DeGennaro! His chosen film? Sucker Punch! Coming hot on the heels of Watchmen, Sucker Punch was, and remains, the only film from director Zack Snyder that is not based on an existing IP. Derided at the time of release for being misogynistic at best, offensive at worst, the film is certainly divisive.  Is the vitriol deserved or is there more to be found here?  The synopsis is as follows:  Locked away, a young woman named Babydoll retreats to a fantasy world where she is free to go wherever her mind takes her. Determined to fight for real freedom, she finds four women -- Rocket, Blondie, Amber and Sweet Pea -- to join together to escape the terrible fate that awaits them. With a virtual arsenal at their disposal, the allies battle everything from samurais to serpents, while trying to decide what price they will pay for survival. Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart You should check out our episode partner Scotland: A History Podcast. Available wherever the best podcasts are found.  Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Good morning! Join us for Episode 85, won't you? This one is a doozy... This week, we are delighted to be joined by the director of Frightfest 2019 selection Sadistic Intentions... It's Eric Pennycoff! His chosen film? Mortal Kombat: Annihilation! Considered by Mitch to be "quite possibly the worst film we have ever done", MK: A is the direct sequel to Paul W.S. Anderson's 1995 video game adaptation and, as mediocre as that film is, the sequel is a horse of a different colour.   With James Remar replacing Christopher Lambert as Lord Raiden and only Robin Shou and Talisa Soto reprising their roles from the first film, cinematographer-turned-director John R. Leonetti (Annabelle, Wish Upon) steps into the directing seat for a film that is often considered one of the worst films of the 1990s. Did I mention it cost $30 million? The synopsis is as follows:  Every generation, a portal opens up between the Outerworld and Earth. Emperor Shao-Kahn, ruler of the mythical Outerworld, pounces the moment the portal reopens and slips through with his mighty warriors, intent on total domination and uniting the two worlds. However, he has only seven days to complete his task. In the meantime, opposition grows and warriors Sonya Blade, Jax, Kitana and Liu Kang get ready for war. Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart MK:A theme used with love & reverence You should check out our episode partner Scotland: A History Podcast. Available wherever the best podcasts are found.  Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Ho Ho Ho! Good morning and welcome to EPISODE 83, our last episode of 2019! Massive thanks to all listeners and guests who have made 2019 so amazing. We will return with a Minisode at midnight on Monday, 6th January, with our first full Episode coming at 8am on Friday, 10th January.  So, we end the year as we did last year, with an Andy and Mitch episode and a film that neither host has a particularly vested interest in... The chosen film? Jack Frost! Not to be confused with the heart-warming (if no less sinister) family film of the same name from the following year which sees Michael Keaton die only to be resurrected as a snowman, Jack Frost 1997 is an icy slice of festive trash with a mean-spirit which features the debut of American Pie's Shannon Elizabeth in a scene that has not aged particularly well... That said... Is there fun to be found here?   Jack Frost is currently available on Amazon Prime.  The synopsis is as follows:  As notorious serial killer Jack Frost is being driven to his execution, the truck carrying the murderer encounters a bizarre accident that transforms him into a mutant snowman. Sheriff Sam Tiler, who caught the psychopath originally, has remained concerned about his return, and it seems that his fears were well-founded. Before long, bodies pile up, all killed in gruesome wintry ways. Can the sheriff stop Frost's icy reign of terror? Please note that this podcast contains strong language and Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. OR check out our WEBSITE!  Strong Language & Violent Scenes festive theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
So after taking a break on Friday due to a guest cancellation and hitting the road again to record a LIVE episode at Celluloid Screams, we return reinvigorated and ready to crack on with Minisode 76! Topics include Richard Bates Jr's latest Tone Deaf, Netflix Original Fractured and OF COURSE Mitch has the latest on Shudder's Creepshow! In addition to this, Mitch continues to chip away, interminably, at the ShockWaves 100 and we have another instalment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below... In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week! Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com OR check out our WEBSITE!  Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every
Look, look. I know. I know we only did one of these the other week when Mitch picked Eli Roth's Knock Knock but here we are again. The reason is simple. We have a LIVE show this week that is taking up a lot of our brainpower, not to mention the fact that the apparent runtime of Roland Emmerich's Godzilla is approximately 2 YEARS.  So with that in mind, we thought we would take it easy. So, it's Andy to choose... His chosen film? Hell Comes To Frogtown! 1988. The world was a very different place and especially as it relates to sexual politics and thundering it's way from this tumultuous era comes this film. A film whose plotline would not even get a sniff in if were pitched in 2020. A film spearheaded by late wrestler "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. A film with functional camouflage underwear. A film with fez-wearing frogs. It has it all... The synopsis is as follows:  With the 20th Century drawing to a close, nuclear war has wiped out civilization as we know it. The embattled human race s last remaining hope lies with one man and his loaded weapon. Sam Hell may be an ex-con, but he also happens to be one of the last surviving fertile men on the planet. Now, under the custody of a group of feisty female fighters, Sam finds himself enlisted on a mission to impregnate a harem of beauties. Sounds cushy enough, but the ladies in question are prisoners of Frogtown, home to a gang of mutant (and ill-mannered) amphibians! Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
We have had big snakes, a plethora of small slugs and now, big fucking crocodiles and if Andy gets his way, this is a trend that will continue...  This week, Andy and Mitch are  delighted to be joined for Episode 91 by a returning guest! She is the creator and host of online horror channel Fearhaus...It's Blair Bathory! Her chosen film? Lake Placid! Yes! We are going all the way back to 1999 for Steve Miner's Lake Placid, a film with teeth but little bite.  With an impressive cast that includes Bill Pullman, Bridget Fonda, Brendan Gleeson, Oliver Platt and the inimitable force of nature that is Betty White, Lake Placid was a monster movie of a time, in a similar vein to Anaconda, but is it actually any good?  The synopsis is as follows:  When a mysterious creature violently kills a man in a Maine lake, Jack Wells, the local game warden, looks into the bizarre case, along with Sheriff Hank Keough and visiting paleontologist Kelly Scott. Looking for clues in a tooth that the beast left behind, Kelly and the others eventually locate the monster, a massive and vicious reptile eager to devour anything in its path. Can the crocodile-like creature be stopped? Huge thanks to Blair for joining us! Follow her on Twitter HERE! Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Please note: This episode of Strong Language & Violent Scenes Podcast was recorded live at The Admiral Bar in Glasgow on on March 5th 2020. Please forgive any audible plosives, sound issues or whatever. Also, there was a screen so several of the jokes might not land as well as they would have, had you been there. Check out our social media for some of the slides. That said, please enjoy Episode 93: Godzilla! Episode 93 sees Andy, Mitch and returning guest, Death Of A Vlogger director Graham Hughes, invite YOU to join them for a discussion on all things Godzilla 1998!  Additional thanks to the staff of The Admiral Glasgow, to Frightfest for their promotion and support, to Mike Hewitt and Louise Buckler at Arrow Video for the goodies and lastly, to the amazing audience, without whom, there wouldn't be a show!  The synopsis is as follows:  During a nuclear test, the French government inadvertently mutates a lizard nest; years later, a giant lizard makes its way to New York City. Dr. Niko Tatopoulos, an expert on the effects of radiation on animals, is sent by the U.S. government to study the beast. When the creature, dubbed "Godzilla" by news outlets, emerges, a massive battle with the military begins. To make matters worse, Niko discovers that Godzilla has laid a nest of 200 eggs, which are ready to hatch. Please note that this podcast contains strong language and EXTREMELY Scottish accents. (I'm not kidding, here) Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. OR check out our WEBSITE!  Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Intro tape and edit by Andy Stewart. Live A/V by Michael Park of Be Quiet Media. Photography by Panda Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
So as everything continues to go to hell in a handbasket, we can all agree that the general vibe, globally, is one of uncertainty. The only things certain in life are death, taxes and that, for as long as we are physically able to do so, we will bring you new episodes as usual and this week is no different... Here is Minisode 95! In all seriousness though, we love every one of you out there. Please stay safe and stay well and for fuck sake, listen to the experts and stay inside. Please. Don't put yourselves or anyone else at risk. We want to see you at future live shows once this blows over.  Topics include a look back at Series 5 of Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pembertons excellent anthology series  INSIDE No. 9, former guest Sam Ashurst's latest offering A LITTLE MORE FLESH and Mitch continues his 90s side-quest with TICKS! Also, there's another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below... We also announce the film and guest for this week's main episode.  In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week! Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com OR check out our WEBSITE!  Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every little helps.
WE ARE BACK! So here's MINISODE 77! Topics include Richard Stanley's "unfilmable" Lovecraft adaptation Color Out Of Space, the Best from Celluloid Screams, Netflix Original Rattlesnake and OF COURSE Mitch has the latest on Shudder's Creepshow! In addition to this, Mitch continues to chip away, interminably, at the ShockWaves 100 and we have another instalment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below... In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week! Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com OR check out our WEBSITE!  Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every little helps.
Here we go! Firing in to week 3 of lockdown and we are not stopping bringing you the goods as we rocket towards EPISODE 100! Anyway, onto this week and Minisode 98! Topics include an ACTUAL look at Blumhouse's THE HUNT, now Andy has watched it without falling asleep, Andy and Mitch discuss the second installment of Smoky Thriller Fridays, AN AFFAIR TO DIE FOR, Mitch checks out THOROUGHBREDS! PLUS, Mitch continues his 90s side-quest with Jorg Buttgereit's laugh riot, SCHRAMM! Also, there's another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below... We also announce the film and guest for this week's main episode.  In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week! Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com OR check out our WEBSITE!  Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every little helps.
Just a little thing about Episode 82... Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com OR check out our WEBSITE!  Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme and The Sunshine Kid by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every little helps.
Welcome all to Episode 50, our ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY episode! So, what better way to commemorate it than by bringing back a past guest... You might know him from Episode 4: In Defence of Rawhead Rex or indeed, his own podcast, The Podcast Under The Stairs, it's the hardest working man in horror podcasting, we are delighted to welcome Duncan McLeish back to the show! His chosen film? The Hole! A forgotten oddity from a bygone era! A time where teen horror was on the wane but a time that still saw the release of The Hole! Starring Thora Birch, Dexter's Desmond Harrington, Keira Knightley and Army of Darkness' Embeth Davidtz, The Hole is a strange little film that doesn't quite fit anywhere. Does it deserve to be consigned to the vaults? Does it deserve a second look? Let's find out... OH! Please note that this episode contains conversations of an adult nature.  The synopsis is as follows:  Tragically mysterious deaths have occurred, and English schoolgirl Liz Dunn knows what happened, so psychiatrist Philippa Horwood is brought in to investigate. Liz's story: Her friend Martyn sealed her, her pal Frances and handsome classmate Mike in a bomb shelter and left them to die. Only that might not be true, as Martyn claims Liz masterminded the plan that brought about such disturbing consequences. Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Bringing an end to our Halloween mini-series which began with Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (or with Halloween: H20, maybe?) we are joined IN PERSON for Episode 28 by the director of the festival-crushing Christmas zombie musical, Anna and the Apocalypse, John McPhail, as we discuss the oft maligned black sheep of the Halloween franchise... His chosen film? Halloween III: Season of the Witch! With Michael Myers dead at the end of Halloween 2, John Carpenter felt that the Myers/Strode storyline had run its course. However, the franchise was believed to still have some steam in it and the decision was reached to press ahead with the third instalment with a view to making a yearly Halloween film, each with a different story. How did this work out? Not well. The film tanked. It was a commercial and critical failure and the decision was reversed. The fans wanted Michael Myers and that's what they got going forward.  That said, there's an awful lot to love in Halloween III: Season of the Witch...  The synopsis is as follows:  Hospital emergency room Dr. Daniel "Dan" Challis and Ellie Grimbridge, the daughter of a murder victim, uncover a terrible plot by small-town mask maker Conal Cochran, a madman who's planning a Halloween mass murder utilizing an ancient Celtic ritual. The ritual involves a boulder stolen from Stonehenge, the use of Silver Shamrock masks and a triggering device contained in a television commercial -- all designed to kill millions of children. Please note that this podcast contains strong language and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Excerpt from Silver Shamrock Jingle from Halloween III by Alan Howarth, used with love and reverence. Excerpt from Hollywood Ending from Anna and the Apocalypse by Tommy Reilly & Roddy Hart, used with permission.   Clip from Anna and the Apocalypse used with permission, courtesy of Vertigo Releasing.   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Episode 27 sees Andy and Mitch joined by Boz from The Little Pod of Horrors!  His chosen film? Jason X! Almost a decade after Jason went to Hell, we reconvene with the hockey mask-wearing killer as he is blasted off into space for some intergalactic stalk and slash fun in Jim Isaac's tenth instalment in the Friday the 13th franchise. With Kane Hodder once more in the suit, the film was met with less than enthusiastic reviews upon its release and is still, today, looked down upon by franchise fans and horror fans in general.  The synopsis is as follows:  The year is 2455. The Place is Old Earth. Once the shimmering blue jewel of the galaxy, Old Earth is now a contaminated planet abandoned for centuries. Yet humans have returned to the deadly place that they once fled. Not to live, but to research the ancient rusting artifacts of the bygone civilizations that caused this environmental disaster. And little does the most recent landing party of intrepid young explorers realize the fate that awaits them. Please note that this podcast contains strong language and Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Jason X theme by Harry Manfredini used with love and in accordance with fair usage guidelines.    Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Duh-dun. Duh-dun. Dun du dun du dun du... ROAR! Yes! Episode 30 is here and we are absolutely deighted to be joined by a man with an unbelievably impressive genre film CV which includes Ti West's House of The Devil and The Sacrament and Adam Wingard's A Horrible Way To Die and You're Next... It's AJ Bowen! His chosen film? Jaws: The Revenge! Well then. It's finally come to this. Jaws: The Revenge, I suppose was inevitable and what great company to discuss it in!  Coming over a decade after the timeless original and completely disregarding the events of Jaws 3D, J:TR is a bizarre film-making experiment that, depending on your perspective, is either amazing or awful. General consensus tends to lean toward the latter.  With a roaring, haunted, lethargic shark, more conch than your mind can handle and, not forgetting Michael Caine, J:TR simply must be seen to be believed and, even then, your fragile minds may not be able to take it.  The synopsis is as follows:  The family of widow Ellen Brody has long been plagued by shark attacks, and this unfortunate association continues when her son is the victim of a massive great white. In mourning, Ellen goes to visit her other son, Michael, in the Bahamas, where she meets the charming Hoagie Newcombe. As Ellen and Hoagie begin a relationship, a huge shark appears off the coast of the island, and Ellen's trouble with the great whites begins again. Please note that this podcast contains strong language and EXTREMELY Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain. Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Theme from Jaws: The Revenge used in accordance with fair usage guidelines.   Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds via Paypal to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com! There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
Another week brings another minisode. This time its MINISODE 15! Topics include more on the films of Ti West, AD Calvo's Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl, Scott Glosserman's Behind The Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon and we check in on Mitch's progress through the ShockWaves 100! ALSO, we have another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!  Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster image can be seen below with the image that Mitch was working from on the left... In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and also, as always, we announce the guest and film for this week and EPISODE 16!  Also, our Podcast recommendation this week is The Last Podcast on The Left! Check it out.    Please note that this podcast may contain strong language and even stronger Scottish accents.  Remember, you can keep up to date with our news by following us via the usual social media outlets:  Facebook Twitter Instagram Plus you can drop us an email to stronglanguageviolentscenes@gmail.com. Strong Language & Violent Scenes theme by Mitch Bain Edits & Artwork by Andy Stewart Also, we love what we are doing and the response so far has been wonderful so if you enjoy what we do and want to help us continue to do it and help us to grow, then please consider sending us a few pounds.  There is no lower or upper limit and every bit helps. 
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Started
Apr 27th, 2018
Latest Episode
Mar 29th, 2020
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No. of Episodes
204
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About 1 hour
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